Cast in Alphabetical Order
Lyn Coffin - Georgia Duke
Lyn Coffin has been writing and appearing in plays for over fifty years- having launched her career in the sixth grade by starring in "Mrs. McThing." She was named "Best Supporting Actress" by the Ann Arbor News . She has been a member of EffectiveArts, a professional acting troupe, since shortly after moving to Seattle five years ago. She performed earlier this year in her one-woman piece, "Rodin's Girl Friend," at On the Boards' 12 Minute Max, and had a role in "Tomcat" at Where Eagles Dare,
an Off Off Broadway theater.
an Off Off Broadway theater.
Alysha Curry - Julie
Alysha was most recently seen as Lydia in The Masters at Odd Duck Studio in August and as Constance in Four Strange Loves with Seattle Playwrights' Collective in June. She studied theatre at Seattle Pacific University and wishes to thank the SPU faculty/staff and Taproot Theatre for their continued support and encouragement.
Emmatrice Devan - Isabelle
Emmatrice Devan was most recently seen as the ambitious Diana in Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Tenor with Renton Valley Players and in Seattle Playwright Collective’s Page to Stage ten minute play showcase during Live Theater Week 2009. Favorite roles include Georgie, Spike Heels; Kess, Independence; Blanche Du Bois, A Streetcar Named Desire, and (someday) Tina Sparkle.
Aaron Key - Clay
Bio Coming Soon
Jesse Putnam - Mr. Angelo
Jesse Putnam is thrilled to be working with Theatre Verity. Jesse studied theatre primarily at Freehold and has performed in several local stage plays. He is the author of two screenplays and two plays including The Masters, which was produced this past summer here at Odd Duck Studio. He thanks his friends and family, Amy, and the amazing Ripken for their support. Find out more about The Masters at http://themastersplay.com/
Kara Thornes - Maria
Kara Thornes has studied in New York, LA and received her Bachelor of Arts from the University Of Washington School Of Drama with high honors. She comes from a solid theatrical background, which includes acting in comedic, dramatic, and classical pieces. Kara has a great passion for her craft. Her resume also includes leading roles in several independent films. Kara has also written several screen plays, short stories, essays, and dabbled in stand up comedy in Seattle and New York.
Designers and Crew in Alphabetical Order
Laura Goodwin - Stage Manager
M. E. Graham - Director
M.E. Graham has directed original scripts by SP Miskowski, Julie Jensen, Carter W. Lewis and KC Davis and has workshopped scripts at the Sundance Playwriting Lab and Hedgebrook/ACT Womens Theater Lab. She has directed in Park City, UT, Wellfleet, MA, Rochester, NY, Lewisburg West Virginia. She is the current Artistic Director of the Mae West Fest, a festival of new work by women playwrights.
Daniel A. Tarker - Playwright
Mr. Tarker is an actor, director, and playwright. Some of his other plays include The Shopping Cart Thief, produced as part of the Greenhouse play festival in San Francisco, The Pale Hearse, produced by AD Charade in Bristol, England, and The White Robe, produced by Actors’ Theatre Santa Cruz as part of their 8Tens@8 festival, Four Strange Loves, and Mr. Angelo which recently received a staged reading at Portland Theatre Works. He spent five years working as the literary associate at The WesternStage in California before moving to Seattle to take a job at North Seattle Community College. Mr. Tarker holds an MFA in Playwriting from San Francisco State University.
The Design Team
Dramaturgy: Sherry Narens
Lighting Design: Theodore Michael Dolas
Costume Design: Afton Pilkington
Set Design: Mikala Tarker